High uric acid often brings various harms to the body, such as: gout, so what can you eat to reduce uric acid?
We all know that uric acid is excreted through urine, so if we can increase our urine output, can we excrete more uric acid? The answer is yes. Celery is rich in potassium, which not only helps us regulate endocrine circulation, but also promotes the excretion of uric acid from our body. Celery contains very high water content, and regular consumption of celery can also increase our urine output. In addition, celery is rich in dietary fiber. Regular consumption of celery can help us lose weight and even lower blood pressure.
Lettuce contains a very unique Esculetin, which is rare in other vegetables and has a very significant auxiliary treatment effect on gout. Eating lettuce regularly can help us excrete uric acid from the body. In life, we can also use the roots of lettuce to make tea and drink it three times a day, which can reduce uric acid.